“Report(s)” Dialog Box


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The "Reports (s)" Dialog Box allows you to select a folder, including those located on an FTP server, or a disk to create reports and select the reports that should be created.

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The description of the controls, including its type and description, is located below.

 

Control

Type

Description

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Radio button

Set mode for scanning local folder, network folder or disk.

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Edit

Used for input path to a folder or disk.

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Button

Display "Browse for folder" common dialog for a folder or disk selection.

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Radio button

Set a mode for scanning FTP located folder.

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Edit

Used for input address of a FTP server.

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Edit

Used for input user name (login) of a FTP server.

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Edit

Used for input of a FTP server password.

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Edit

Used for input path to a target folder on a FTP server.

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Check box

Set passive FTP mode1

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Check box

Set access mode to a FTP server through a proxy server.

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Edit

Used for input of a proxy server name2

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Check box list

Used for selection of reports that should be created.

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Check box

Set the function of saving a folder profile  in the "Folder profiles" list.

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Button

Close Dialog Box and run scanning procedure.

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Button

Close Dialog Box.

1.Usually at work on FTP two connections for commands and for data are used. Connection for commands is established by the client, and for the data – by the server. In certain cases (Firewall settings, for example) it is necessary that both connections will be established by the client. Such mode is called passive.

2.Contact your network administrator to get the information about accessing the Internet resources and the name of the proxy server (if necessary). For example, a valid string would be ftp://ftp_proxy_name:21 or ftp://proxy.myserver.com:123 where ftp_proxy_name (proxy.myserver.com) is the name of the FTP proxy and 21 (123) is the port number that must be used to access the proxy (21 is the default port for FTP). If the proxy uses the default port number for that protocol, the port number can be omitted.